3 trends taking attention away from what’s running on your cloud

So much software is headed to the cloud. Gartner predicts the worldwide public cloud services market will grow 18 percent this year. That’s on top of years and years of growth. Great. But is your company getting the most out of the software you’re moving onto the cloud? Do you have the info you need […]

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Cloud powers fan experiences at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium

A sports stadium is a special place for a fan. At one time, stadiums may have simply been considered a place to watch a game, but now, fans expect more. They want immersive, interactive experiences that make them feel like they’re part of the action. They want to be able to access the necessities such […]

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4 reasons you need mainframe-connected APIs now

There’s a wealth of strategic business assets that reside on mainframes—and many companies are finding ways to extract value from them. Companies can expose assets through many channels including easy-to-consume APIs. Want to learn how your business can extract these assets? Read on. RESTful APIs (representational state transfer web services) can support existing and new […]

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The next step in the evolution of orchestration

Cloud orchestration and automation across multiple technologies, platforms and service provider environments have become complex processes with a wide range of challenges. According to IDC’s “FutureScape: Worldwide Cloud 2017 Predictions,” more than 60 percent of enterprise IT organizations building hybrid clouds will purchase new or updated workload-centric cloud management solutions by the end of this […]

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Steve Harvey fans to embark on a new digital experience built on IBM Cloud

Steve Harvey is an entertainment legend. You might be one of the millions that tunes into the radio and TV shows he hosts. Maybe you’re a fan of his legendary stand-up comedy specials. Or maybe you’ve read one of his best-selling books, or heard about his growing business and philanthropic efforts. So where can fans […]

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IBM Voice Gateway: New features revolutionize your cognitive call center

Improving customer support is a never-ending job. You must continually listen to your customers and pivot your business to adapt to their needs. One way to improve customer service is to use cognitive virtual agents. The use of these agents has been growing in the online space for a few years. And with the arrival […]

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The Weather Company teams with Twitter to stream eclipse across US

The last time a total solar eclipse crossed the United States was 8 June 1918. That makes the one that’s taking place Monday, 21 August, a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence. The Weather Channel’s digital properties and Twitter are going to make the most of it. “This eclipse is a once-in-a-hundred-year event, and we’re going to party like […]

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Why base capabilities are no longer enough for operations management

The business objectives of an IT or network operations team have not changed substantially for years or even decades. Measures like mean time to repair (MTTR) or budget use frequently can be reduced to time, money and quality of service. Fundamentally, IT and network teams must maximize the availability of high-quality services while minimizing the […]

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OpenWhisk on IBM Bluemix powers the “Internet of Garbage”

The “Internet of Garbage” doesn’t refer to all the ridiculous and inane things one might find on social media. It’s literally about garbage trucks with sensors. GreenQ has installed sensors on trucks to gather real-time data to optimize the waste collection process. When a waste bin is picked up, the sensors on the truck measure […]

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More questions to ask when choosing a cloud provider for S/4HANA

This post is the second in a three-part interview series with Brian Burke, global SAP solutions executive with IBM SAP Alliance. To read this first part of the interview, click here. Thoughts on Cloud (ToC): What questions should companies ask a prospective managed cloud services provider for SAP S/4HANA? Brian Burke, global SAP solutions executive, […]

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IBM Cloud Event Management is now in beta

Does your DevOps or operations teams ever: Get swamped with a storm of operational events? Have trouble prioritizing or relating events from multiple sources? Allow missed or delayed events to become more severe problems? IBM Cloud Event Management can now help you navigate the storm without getting shipwrecked. Enable your DevOps and IT operations teams […]

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SAB Holding improves project profitability with SAP on IBM Cloud

Dealing with disparate information systems is the bane of every project manager’s existence. How can you create reports on time or see the big picture when you have to pull data from one system and manually compare it to another? You’re at a distinct disadvantage when you don’t have the insights you need. Such was […]

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